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Moto X strengthens the hand of apps and technologies that emphasize listening to everything, all the time.
If you believe Tesla, affordable, long-range electric cars could be here sooner than many think.
Several days with the Moto X reveal some ingenious new features and a few shortcomings.
A hacking group accused of being operated by the Chinese army now seems to be going after industrial control systems.
Academic advances suggest that the encryption systems that secure online communications could be undermined in just a few years.
If the Pentagon eases its grip on wireless frequencies used for radar, wider use of 4G networks could become possible.
Researchers show how easy it is to hide code in online ads that can turn people into an online attack squad.
The Moto X lowers the emphasis on manual control in favor of always-on sensors built to respond to speech, gestures, and context.
New research from Black Hat shows it’s possible to trick water and energy infrastructure to cause physical damage—and securing these systems remains painfully slow.
A project at Belkin could lead to itemized electric bills—showing how much juice your toaster or hair dryer uses.